Legal anthropology , also known as the anthropology of laws , is a sub-discipline of anthropology which specializes in "the cross-cultural study of social ordering". How does it manifest? How may anthropologists contribute to understandings of law? Earlier legal anthropological research focused more narrowly on conflict management, crime, sanctions, or formal regulation.
After the library orientation session and independent review of this guide, students in Anthropology IA will be able to:. Find information about data management best practices, and use the DMPTool to create a data management plan for a grant funding proposal. Identify and define types of scholarly anthropological research literature and research output data.
Even though I saw myself following in the tradition of fellow Vassar alum Ruth Benedict , my major advisors were frankly baffled by the combination. Davis Bucknell and Gina Athena Ulyssse Wesleyan each presented papers on the importance of narrative in fieldwork and ethnographic writing. Indeed, part of what initially spoke to me about anthropology was its emphasis on studying the storied aspects of human lives.